State of the Schools 2012
Our purpose at DCPS is to ensure that every school provides a world-class education that prepares ALL our students, regardless of background or circumstance, for success in college, career and life.
As parents and community members, you are one of the most important stakeholders in the public school system. Without your support, our children and our schools will fail to reach their full potential.
It’s time for us to come together if we are going to create the type of school system that can be the anchor for thriving, growing and productive communities.
Join us for a meeting in your community for an opportunity to our strengthen partnerships - between you, community members and school leaders - and also to discuss new strategies for helping our students attend great schools that they love, which also prepare them for life.
About the meetings
Parents and other interested community members will have an opportunity to:
- Hear what DCPS plans to accomplish next year and over the next five years in our public schools;
- Learn more about the progress and areas of growth for schools in your ward;
- Interact with central office and school leaders in your ward; and
- Meet fellow parents and community members.
Join Chancellor Henderson, your local council member, and school leaders at the following meeting in your ward.
|Tues., July 17
|Wed., June 27
|Tues., June 12
|Thurs., May 24
|Columbia Heights EC
3101 16th St NW
|Francis Stevens EC
2425 N St NW
3950 Chesapeake St NW
7010 Piney Branch Rd NW
Text NEWS to 91990 to receive reminders and follow-up information about the meeting in your ward.
Learn more about our Capital Commitment
DCPS’ five-year strategic plan, A Capital Commitment, provides a roadmap for building DCPS into a high quality, vibrant school district that earns the confidence of our community. The plan defines an overarching purpose as well as five goals that will guide DCPS’ work through 2017. Download DCPS' five-year strategic plan, A Capital Commitment.
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Contact the DCPS Office of Family and Public Engagement at (202) 487-6796 or send an email to Jennifer.email@example.com.
Thank you in advance for your support and participation. We look forward to seeing you at a State of the Schools meeting in your community!